Webcam Model Exposes Bagel Boss Guy For Texting Her An Underwear Selfie After ‘Date,’ BBG Retaliates With Must-Watch Rant

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I refuse to believe we live in a world where any sane woman, taken or otherwise, would not have sex with THE Bagel Boss Guy. Not some shortstack knockoff. THE BBG who captured the hearts and minds of America when he bravely fought for equal rights of the vertically challenged that fateful day in July.

But evidently there are some chicks who cannot be swayed by fame or courage or five-feet-zero-inches of pure man meat.

Take webcam model and former stripper Sarah Russi for example.

Russi alleges that Bagel Boss Guy, born Chris Morgan, is messaging her relentlessly after the two taped a podcast together recently and met again at an NYC bar last week to film a segment for YouTube.

She said, via Page Six:

“When I got there Chris was treating it like it was a real date. I told him I have a boyfriend, but Chris kept saying ‘You could do so much better.’ He kept telling me how famous he was and asked me ‘How does it feel finally meeting me in person?’”

Keep in mind, the 45-year-old Morgan, who once claimed that every girl shuts him down because of his diminutive stature, has said that his phone is “blowing up like the president” in the wake of his meltdown going mega viral.

Russi added:

“Chris then kept texting me, but I didn’t respond. Then on Tuesday, he sent me this picture with his shirt off. I was like ‘What the hell? Does he really think I’ll be turned on and text him back? He doesn’t exactly look that sexy.”

Here is the photo in question:

Anyone else get hit with a rush of horniness?

So here’s where it gets really good. BBG caught wind of Sarah outing him to the world, and released a response video that has proven one thing: the dude’s STILL GOT IT.

Lightning in a bottle.

P.S. Can a woman, any woman, just have sex with this dude. I’m starting to worry for the sake of society…


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Matt’s love of writing was born during a sixth grade assembly when it was announced that his essay titled “Why Drugs Are Bad” had taken first prize in D.A.R.E.’s grade-wide contest. The anti-drug people gave him a $50 savings bond for his brave contribution to crime-fighting, and upon the bond’s maturity 10 years later, he used it to buy his very first bag of marijuana.